The National House Building Council (NHBC) has figures that shows the UK Housing Industry enjoyed a constant growth and throughout the UK in 2014
Statistics taken from their review reports that in the first three months of last year that 33,816 new homes were registered whilst for the same period in 2013 there were 31,379, nearly 7% higher.
The increase in 2014 follows on from the success of the record breaking house build volumes in London of 2013, the quarter one figures of 2014 improved on its previous year by 6%. The numb
The NHBC stats also shows that the top three cities outside of London of new homes are Birmingham, Manchester and Bristol.
The Top Ten Cities that had the highest amount of new homes registrations in 2013 are:
NHBC chief executive, Mike Quinton said: "Our new figures show further sustained growth and consolidation in the UK house building industry following a strong year last year. Over the past 15 months we have seen a genuine return of confidence to the industry as builders strive to meet the growing demand for new homes that the country clearly needs.
"London continues to be the major driver for growth in house building. But our figures also show that other UK cities outside the capital are also showing some encouraging signs of growth.
"However, we have been clear that this growth is from a historically low base. The UK still has a chronic shortage of new homes so we must not get complacent in our continued attempts to meet the growing housing needs of the population."
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